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Our fee model aims to make it simple for families to determine affordability.  And as well as a number of different ways to pay, we also have a range of financial assistance available  - including scholarships for pupils with outstanding ability in particular areas and very generous  means-tested fee discounts (bursaries) for pupils whose parents require a financial contribution towards the cost of education. 

You can find out more about this by visiting our  Scholarships and Bursaries pages.

Ranby House School Fees (ages 3 - 11)  

Year group  Day fees (per term) Flexi-boarding (2 nights per week) Weekly and
full boarding 
Nursery  From £48 per day    
Reception - Year 2  £2795 £3795 (Year 2 only) £5125 (Year 2 only)
Years 3 and 4 £4295 £5295 £6625
Years 5 and 6 £4495 £5495 £6825

This is the cost per term. 

We also offer occasional boarding from Year 2 at a cost of £45 per night. This is a great way for children to experience staying away from home in a fun and stimulating environment - surrounded by their friends! Find out more about boarding, here

Worksop College Fees (Ages 11 - 18)  

Year group  Day fees 

Flexi-boarding (2 nights per week)

Weekly and
full boarding 
Years 7 and 8  £4595 £5595 £7339
Years 9 - 13  £5995 £7295 £9889

This is the cost per term. 

Music tuition   

Ages 6 - 11  (10 x 30 minute lessons per term) 

1st Instrument £183
2nd Instrument £170
3rd Instrument £161
Shared Lesson £91.50
Instrument Hire £10- 40
Kickstarter (15 minute lessons)  £110
Mini-strings (includes instrument loan)   £199

Ages 11 - 18 (10 x 40 minute lessons per term)

1st Study (not string instruments)



Main Instrument (string instruments)



Additional instruments & music theory



Hire charge for school instruments

(dependant on quality and type of instrument)



Ways to pay  






Advance Payment Scheme 

Another popular option is our Advanced Fee Payment scheme, which proves useful for parents, and indeed grandparents, when considering future financial planning. 

The scheme provides a reduction to the fees for those paying a lump sum to cover a longer period of fees, for example, the first three years or indeed the whole period of education. There are a number of advantages of such a scheme, which, depending upon individual tax circumstances can include:

  • The initial discount on the fees rate given
  • Estate planning/Inheritance tax planning
  • Potential income tax savings (the discounts are not usually taxable)

Please email  if you are interested in hearing more about Direct Debit or Advance Payment Options. 

Overseas Payments 

Flywire provides an easy and secure method of sending international payments - offering multiple payment options and excellent foreign currency exchange rates. You can pay your registration fee, deposit and ongoing fees through Flywire.

To make an international payment today, click here. You will be redirected to the Flywire website to initiate the payment.

Registration fee and deposit 

Once you decide to register your child with us, we will take a £100 non-refundable registration fee. This fee is taken to cover the administration of the admissions process.

If you are offered and choose to accept a place, we also take a deposit. This deposit secures your child’s place with us, and is refundable – usually returned to you upon your child leaving school.

Full details can be found in our Terms & Conditions, which will be sent to if you are offered a place.

Deposit levels from Reception – Yr 13 can be found below, but if you have any questions, please get in touch with the Admissions Team.


UK citizens

EU citizens

NON-EU citizens


Reception – Yr 6





The equivalent of a term’s fees for the year of entry


Yr 7 – Yr 13